An episode of the popular yet short lived 1963 sitcom "Mack and Myer for Hire". Infamously produced 5 episodes each week. This is a higher-picture quality copy of an episode uploaded before. Due to an error, a couple minutes of a 2nd episode appear at the end of the file. ( 1 reviews ) Topics: Classic TV, 60s, 60's, 1960s, 1960's, Sixties, Comedy, Sitcom, Mickey Deems, Joey Faye
A variety show. At the time of uploading I hadn't fully viewed this file, so I don't know if the encoding turned out OK. This episode features Fred Astaire as host and many other talented people. I assume this is public domain, but if it isn't let me know. ( 2 reviews ) Topics: Classic TV, Television, 1960s, Variety show
An episode of "The Adventures of Ozzie and Harriet" from 1 February 1962 ("A Lamp for Dave and June"). A little weak, but still watchable. Also contains original commercials. In this episode,David and his wife want to buy a lamp, but don't have the money to afford it. ( 5 reviews ) Topics: Classic TV, TV, Television, 60s, 60's, 1960's, 1960s, 60s TV, 60's TV, 1960s TV, 1960's TV, 60s...
Some network show promos that I uploaded to my Dailymotion page,but they say contains explicit content.So decided to upload them here.Network Promos Gunsmoke Cimarron Strip Lancer Classic TV ( 4 reviews ) Topics: CBS, 1960s, Show Promos,Classic TV
Another classic commercial for the "Starmite Camera". This commercial aired on ABC-TV during 8 March 1961, and comes from an uncopyrighted episode that can be found elsewhere on IA. Commercial features Harriet Nelson. Topics: Classic, TV, Television, Classic TV, Classic Television, Camera, Film, Films, Kodak, Photo,...
I'm sure everyone will hate this, and the picture quality is poor. It is a collection of very short clips from over 40 classic TV series and a few old-but-not-classic series, all taken from public domain episodes. At times the clips seem to be making a statement.... ( 1 reviews ) Topics: Classic TV, Television, 1950s, 1960s, TV, Random, WTF
Search for Tomorrow from 01/07/1963, complete with original commercials. Not the best editing job ever, and I will clean it up when I can ( 5 reviews ) Topics: Classic TV, Soap Opera, Search For Tomorrow, 1960s
An episode of the short-lived US game show "Camouflage". Format isn't very strong. Johnny Gilbert is substitute guest host of this episode. Complete with the original commercials (note that, as this is a daytime series, it features more advertising than a prime-time series of the era). Topics: Classic TV, Television, Camouflage, Game show, 1960s
An episode of NBC's popular game show "Concentration". Complete with original commercials. Since this is a daytime show, it features more ads than a prime-time show of the period. Topics: Classic TV, Television, Game show, 1960s, Daytime television
ABC-TV network promos for the 1965-66 season. Voyage to the Bottom of the Sea, The FBI (black & white ads with "in color" tags), Twelve O'Clock High, and two short-lived flops: The Legend of Jessie James and A Man Called Shenandoah (a high-concept western about a man with amnesia). Plus another FBI spot and product ads for Breck. Last, two unusual promos with "Honey West" stars Anne Francis and John Ericson. The actors endure what must have been a long and humiliating... ( 1 reviews ) Topics: 1960s, classic, television, series, advertisements, ads, advertising
A 1964 episode of the popular Australian crime drama series. The country has 50-year copyright terms for TV broadcasts. This is incorrectly listed as the first successful Australian drama TV series, although there had been a handful of successful mini-series on ABC prior to this (also, soaps "Autumn Affair" and "The Story of Peter Grey", both intended to run a year, were reasonably well-received). Nevertheless, the success of this series resulted in an increase in local... Topics: Classic TV, Television, Australian television, 1960s, Drama, Crime drama
A 1968 episode of game show "Dream House". Complete with original commercials (since this is a daytime show, it features more ads than a prime-time show, but the ads are rather fun). Most episodes of this series are presumed lost, and oddly enough the 1980s revival is also largely lost. This show was controversial as many of the homes won in the show were not built. Still, an enjoyable bit of fluff. I think the copyright notice is invalid...am I correct? ( 2 reviews ) Topics: Classic TV, Television, 1960s, Daytime television, Game show
A bowling show designed to fill-in those awkward gaps in the TV schedule caused by sports running short. I am pretty sure this is public domain...am I correct? This is by far the most trivial thing I've uploaded in ages. ( 2 reviews ) Topics: Classic TV, Make that Spare, 1960s, Bowling
A lost interview from 1967 conducted by KGW-TV, a news station in Portland, Oregon. This was rediscovered in 2010 in their film archives. Nimoy talks at length about playing Mr. Spock on "Star Trek", then in its second season. Unfortunately, he does not shed any light on what compelled him to record "The Ballad of Bilbo Baggins". Topics: science fiction, vintage, television, 60s, 1960s, space
An episode of "About Faces", an early 1960s game show. Tom Kennedy hosts this episode. Format is includes some aspects of 1950s series "Place the Face". Margaret O'Brien is the celebrity guest. While this episode is probably public domain, please note that it includes brief footage from two still-copyrighted series. Also, please note that, as this is a daytime series, it featured more advertising than a prime-time series of the same era, and also note that the final... Topics: Classic TV, Television, 1960s, Game show, About Faces, Early 1960s, Saint Patrick's Day, Margaret...
The seventh edition of this series highlighting the variety of public domain television content on the Internet Archive. Includes clips from various shows, plus many classic ads. In fact, this 29-minute video contains more commercials than actual prime-time TV shows of the eras showcased here! Um, that is a good thing, right? RIGHT? Topics: Compilation of Classic TV Footage, Classic TV, Classic Commercials, Old, 1950s, 1960s, 50s, 1960s,...
Another classic Kodak Commercial. This one promotes the Kodak "Brownie Film Projector". Taken from uncopyrighted TV episode that can also be found on IA. Aired 8 March 1961. I wasn't even aware the "Brownie" trademark was ever used for a home movie range of products. ( 1 reviews ) Topics: Classic TV, Television, 60s, 60's, 1960s, 1960's, Sixties, Kodak, Eastman Kodak, Commercial,...
An episode of the ABC Television Network comedy "The Adventures of Ozzie and Harriet" called "Dave's Golf Story", aired 8th of March, 1961. This episode is slightly incomplete, running at 27 minutes, but is still watchable. In this episode, David Nelson gets a hole in one at the gold course, which leads to various complications.. ( 3 reviews ) Topics: Classic TV, Television, TV, Classic Television, 60s, 1960s, Sixties, 60's, 1960's, 60s TV, 60s...
Coronation Street is a long-running soap opera dealing with the lives of the residents of Coronation Street, Weatherfield, a suburb of Manchester in England.Within weeks of being aired, it was the most popular TV show in the UK and still airs today. Topics: soap opera, classic tv, british, british tv, 1960s, social, drama, funny
There's a new arrival in Coronation Street: Florrie Lindley, who is taking over the Corner Shop at No. 15 from the previous owner Elsie Lappin who stays to show her the ropes on her first day. Meanwhile, at No. 11 Elsie Tanner is on at her son, Dennis, to get some work but he reminds her that it's not easy for someone who's just got out of prison.First Aired 9th December 1960 ( 1 reviews ) Topics: classic tv, british, 1960s, itv, coronation street, soap opera, soap, long runner, corrie
Two classic TV ads: Battleship (c. 1966) and a very rare and funny 1969 commercial by comedy troupe Firesign Theater for an L.A Volkswagen dealership. Topics: vintage, television, tv, car, automobile, advertisement, 1960s, 60s
An episode of the US game show "Stump the Stars" from 1963. Special guests are: Nina Foch and Michael Landon. This show is also known as "Pantomime Quiz". Topics: Classic TV, Television, Stump the Stars, 1960s, Sixties
More product ads from sponsors of the 1965-1966 season of ABC's "Honey West" series. These are: Sucrets, Carnation Instant Breakfast, Coffee-Mate creamer, Cover Girl, Sylvania flash cubes, and cigarette ads for Pall Mall and Tareyton. The Pall Mall ad is the most interesting for its blatant snob appeal. A group of elite, rich, white people take a break from their fancy hobby (re-enacting a Revolutionary War battle) for a cigarette. But only the highest quality smoke will do. Their... ( 1 reviews ) Topics: 1960s, advertisements, TV, ads, tobacco, classic, television, promos
Episode "Wacky Wizardry" of the short-lived 60's sitcom "Mack and Myer for Hire", Notable for for producing over 200 episodes during it's only season. ( 1 reviews ) Topics: Classic TV, Sitcom, Retro, 60's, 1960's, Sixties, Television
Search For Tomorrow from 03/29/1962 complete with original commercials. Not the cleanest edit ever done, and when I have time I'll fix it. ( 3 reviews ) Topics: Classic TV, Soap Opera, Search For Tomorrow, 1960s
A vintage 1965 television commercial for a model of Polaroid camera. This camera was sold at the price of $19.95 ($136.39 in September 2009 money). Also features catchy jingle. ( 4 reviews ) Topics: Photography, Classic TV, Television, 60s, 60's, 1960s, 1960's, Sixties, Camera, Jingle, Vintage
1963 Trans-Lux logo. Trans-Lux was a major Television syndication company of the 60's. ( 1 reviews ) Topics: Classic TV, Trans-Lux, Logo, Logos, Ident, Idents, ID, IDs, Bumper, Bumpers, 60's, 1960's, Sixties,...